Vanessa Meachen's Reviews > Without Trace: Ireland's Missing

Without Trace by Barry Cummins
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Dec 28, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: missing-persons

A big improvement on Cummins' previous book on Ireland's missing persons, this one covers several individual cases and also has chapters covering unidentified bodies and the IRA 'Disappeared'. Cummins also makes a really good case for better services for the families of missing persons and for a more coordinated response in many cases. His chapter on 'Failure to Find Bodies' has some damning cases, such as the bloke who was found, three years after he went missing, less than a few hundred yards from where he was last seen.
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